A massive leak on social media today claims to offer full details on the iPhone 12 lineup. Apple is expected to announce four new iPhone 12 models during its “Hi, Speed” event next week, and today’s report highlights pricing, release dates, colors, storage capacity, and more.
The report comes from Kang, a prolific leaker on Weibo with an excellent track record at over 97% accuracy. The source has previously accurately reported numerous hardware and software releases from Apple, including the Apple Watch Series 6, iPad Air 4, and iPhone SE.
In a post on Weibo today, Kang reports that the iPhone 12 lineup will start at $699 for the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini. This model will be available in black, white, red, blue, and green color options alongside storage capacities of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 will start at $799, the report claims, and be available in the same color and storage configurations.
Notably, Jon Prosser contradicts the iPhone 12 mini pricing, claiming that his source indicates it will start at $649 rather than $699.
As for the iPhone 12 Pro lineup, Kang reports that the 6.1-inch model will start at $999 and the 6.7-inch model will start at $1099. Both iPhone 12 Pro models will be available in gold, silver, graphite, and blue color options and in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage configurations.
Kang also offers some additional information on the camera hardware, including improved optical zoom across the iPhone 12 Pro lineup.
iPhone 12 Pro:
three cameras (wide angle, ultra-wide angle, telephoto) + LiDAR, wide angle of the new 7P lens, 1.6, 52mm focal length telephoto, the whole system can provide four times optical zoom.
iPhone 12 Pro Max:
iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch): Three cameras (wide angle, ultra-wide angle, telephoto) + LiDAR, wide angle of the new 7P lens, 1.6, 65mm focal length telephoto, the whole system can provide five times optical zoom.
The report also says that we can expect improvements to Smart HDR, Deep Fusion, and Night Mode. The key differentiator between the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be the sensor size, with the Max model packing a 47% larger sensor with 1.7μm pixels. Apple will market this as an “Expansive” camera capability.
Other tidbits for all four of the iPhone 12 models:
Dolby Vision video recording on all four models
Smart Data mode to “allocate 4G/5G according to application bandwidth”
5G would only be used when necessary to improve battery life
All four models will feature 5G, but mmWave will only be available in the US
A company called PlateStation is selling colored plates for the PS5.
You have four color options: Chromatic, Cherry Red, Indigo Blue and Matte Black.
A single set costs $39.99.
The PlayStation 5 isn’t out yet, but you can already buy something to customize the next-gen console. A company called PlateStation has unveiled a set of custom plates that allow you to add a dash a color to the PS5’s normally white exterior (via Engadget). The plates come in four colors: Chromatic, Cherry Red, Indigo Blue and Matte Black. A single set will cost you $39.99.
Installation is presumably as simple as popping off the PS5’s existing white plates and putting in place the new ones. One thing to keep in mind is that the plates aren’t an official Sony accessory, so it’s probably best to wait and hear what other people say about them before you pay the $40 they cost. But if you feel like taking a chance now, the company offers a 10-day return policy.
PlateStation’s offering is likely the first of many customization options we’ll see for the PS5. In fact, you already have companies like DBrand offering custom wraps for the console. So if the plates don’t strike your fancy, you should have plenty of other options.
The new iPad Air features a squared-off iPad Pro-like design, a 10.9-inch IPS Liquid Retina LCD Display with a 2,360 x 1,640 resolution, Apple’s new A14 chip — the same processor is the iPhone 12 series — and comes in 64GB and 256GB storage sizes.
Further, instead of Face ID or a physical front-facing Touch ID button, the iPad Air (2020)’s fingerprint scanner is located on the top of the tablet inside its power button.
The tablet’s colourful design comes in ‘Silver,’ ‘Space Grey,’ ‘Rose Gold,’ ‘Green’ and ‘Sky Blue.’
While the iPad Pro (2020) remains Apple’s highest-end tablet because it features a 120Hz refresh rate, a LiDAR sensor, the new iPad Air actually features a more powerful processor than the Pro.
Regarding pricing, the Wi-Fi iPad Air costs $779 for the 64GB version and $979 for the 256GB iteration. The 64GB Wi-Fi and Cellular iPad Air starts at $949 for the 64GB iteration, with the 256GB version costing $1,149.
The 2020 Professional Bull Riders Canada Monster Energy Tour Finals have been moved to Alberta from Saskatchewan due to provincial COVID-19 concerns.
PBR Canada announced Thursday that the event will be held in Grande Prairie at Revolution Place from Nov. 5-7. It was originally scheduled for the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon from Nov. 13-14.
Across a quartet of events offering $27,500 in prize money, riders will compete for critical national points as they vie for the Canada championship and accompanying $20,000 bonus.
World points will also be on the line as the nation’s top bull riders make a last-minute push to qualify for the 2020 PBR World Finals: Unleash The Beast on Nov. 12-15 in Arlington, Texas.
The Canada Finals will be comprised of four events.
The weekend will get underway with the PBR Shell Rotella Challenge. Featuring 25 riders, all will compete in Round 1, with the Top 10 advancing to the championship round.
On Nov. 6, the PBR Wrangler Chute Out will be held, featuring 25 riders in Round 1, followed by the Top 10 competing in the championship round.
A doubleheader is set for the final day, beginning with a 25-rider PBR Cooper Tires Classic. Featuring one round, the event winner will be the high-marked rider.
Then, the top 15 riders in the national standings will advance to the final event of the 2020 season, the PBR Built Ford Tough Championship.
The three-day event hosting fans in the arena was approved by Alberta Health Services in observation of the guidelines set forth by the provincial government’s current relaunch phase, PRB said.
The organization noted that all Revolution Place staff and PBR staff, riders and stock contractors will wear masks at all times.
Riders and bullfighters will be permitted to remove the mask only when it inhibits their ability to do their job safely. These individuals will also be subject to daily COVID-19 screening and temperature checks.
Fans will be asked to wear masks upon entry and exit, and when leaving their seats. Complimentary face coverings will be provided upon request.
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